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2003.500.268 Book The Way of the Japanese Bath Harris, Mark Edward 2003 Shashin Press
2003.500.2680 Book Hiratsuka: Modern Master Rossen, Susan F., ed. 2001 The Art Institute of Chicago
2003.500.2681 Book Imperial Palace 1990 The Forbidden City Publishing House of the Palace
2003.500.2682 Book Non-Violent Resistance (Satyagraha) Gandhi, Mahatma K. 1961 Schocken Books
2003.500.2683 Book Geopolitics of the Visible: Essays on Philippine Film Cultures Tolentino, Rolando B., ed. 2000 Ateneo de Manila University Press
2003.500.2684 Book Basic Japanese for College Students Niwa, Tamako and Mayako Matsuda 1977 University of Washington Press
2003.500.2685 Book Hojoki: Visions of a Torn World Kamo-no-Chomei 1996 Stone Bridge Press
2003.500.2686 Book Innovations in Japanese Mental Health Services Mandiberg, James M. 1993 Jossey-Bass Publishers
2003.500.2687 Book Fictions of Desire: Narrative Form in the Novels of Nagai Kafu Snyder, Stephen 2000 University of Hawaii Press
2003.500.2688 Book The Japanese Educational Challenge: A Commitment to Children White, Merry 1988 The Free Press
2003.500.2689 Book The Tale of Genji: A Novel in Six Parts Murasaki, Shikibu 1960 Houghton Mifflin Company
2003.500.269 Book Asian Reflections on the American Landscape: Identifying and Interperting Asian Heritage Joyner, Brian D. 2005 National Park Service
2003.500.2690 DVD Tells the story of World War II, Colorado governor Ralph L. Carr (1939-1943) and his fight to insure that Japanese Americans were treated as the American citizens they were. He fought to keep their Constitutional rights in tact. He welcomed Japanese Americans into Colorado at a time when discrimination and racial hatred against the Japanese was at its height. He fought to keep Japanese Americans out of the internment camps set up by the United States government. A camp was built in Southeast Colorado called Granada Relocation Center or better known as Camp Amache. Carr risked and lost his political career because he stood up for his principles that every citizen has the same rights under the U.S. Constitution. The Untold Story of Ralph Carr and the Japanese: Fate of 3 Japanese-Americans and the Internment Arai, Takuro, dir. 2011 Fujisankei Communications International
2003.500.2691 Book The First Holy One Collis, Maurice 1948 Alfred A. Knopf
2003.500.2692 DVD Enduring Communities: The Japanese American Experience in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Utah Boch, Akira, prod. 2009 Japanese American National Museum
2003.500.2693 Book Elusive Truth: Four Photographers at Manzanar Robinson, Gerald H. 2002 Carl Mautz
2003.500.2694 Book Small Groups and Political Rituals in China Whyte, Martin King 1974 University of California Press
2003.500.2695 Book Needles, Herbs, Gods, and Ghosts: China, Healing, and the West to 1848 Barnes, Linda L. 2007 Harvard University Press
2003.500.2696 Book A brief introduction to the customs and history of kite flying in China, followed by instructions on materials, techniques, and designs for making your own Chinese kite. Chinese Kites: How to Make and Fly Them Jue, David F. 1984 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2003.500.2697 Book Red Cat, White Cat: China and the Contradictions of "Market Socialism" Weil, Robert 1996 Monthly Review Press
2003.500.2698 Book The Dim Sum of All Things Keltner, Kim Wong 2004 HarperCollins
2003.500.2699 Book Gee How Oak Tin Association 90th Anniversary and Building Re-Inauguration Journal, 1900-1990 1990 Gee How Tin Association
2003.500.270 Book A collection of short stories that attempts to cast a light on what it means to be Japanese American. The River of Time: Short Stories Kono, Robert H. 2003 Abe Publishing
2003.500.2700 Book Produced by Truth, the organization that promotes non-smoking. Go Dae Hay, Shannon Slade, Lenny Wong, and Cye Mayo are 4 teenagers that team up to try and shut down Leopold Black and SMK Industries. 56 pgs. Full color. Measures 5-3/8" x 8-3/8" #1 and #2 copies in archives 2003.500.2700 Project: Generation Truth 2000 thetruth.com
2003.500.2701 Book Chinese Opera: Images and Stories Siu, Wang-Ngai 1997 UBC Press
2003.500.2702 Booklet One Family: The Story of the Mar F. Kim and Mar Yen Moy Family of Seattle, Washington Mar, Laureen 2007 Laureen Mar
2003.500.2703 Book Selected Chinese-English Witticisms and Wisecracks Ho, Kai-ching 2003
2003.500.2704 Book Mei Li Handforth, Thomas 1938 Doubleday and Co.
2003.500.2705 Book Rich Harvest: Share the Whole Gospel for the Whole Person to the Whole World Szeto, Paul, ed. 2007 Evangelize China Fellowship
2003.500.2706 Book New Visions for Museums Huang, Kuang-Nan 1999 National Museum of History
2003.500.2707 Book Museum Marketing Strategies: New Directions for a New Century Huang, Kuang-Nan 1997 Natural Museum of History
2003.500.2708 Film Set of slides featuring Chinese festivals in Taiwan. Includes audio cassette which narrates the slides. Booklet in English and Chinese Chinese Festivals in Taiwan Kwang Hwa Mass Communications
2003.500.2709 Book Genghis Khan: The Emperor of All Men Lamb, Harold 1927 The Blakiston Co.
2003.500.271 Book Story of Hazel Lee, WASP pilot during WW II. Hazel Ah Ying Lee: Women Airforce Service Pilot Gott, Kay 1996 Kay Gott
2003.500.2710 Book Puberty Schoolboy and Schoolgirl's Studies in Taiwan Area He Futian 1969
2003.500.2711 Book The White Paper 1998: Politics and Economy of Taiwan Zhu Yun Peng 1998
2003.500.2712 Book The Peace Talk Between the Mainland China and the Taiwan Wang Mingyi 1996
2003.500.2713 Book Taiwan Tsai, John C., ed. Taiwan Culture and Education Foundation
2003.500.2714 Book Presents life in Taiwan as seen through the daily life of a twelve-year-old and her family. A Family in Taiwan Yu, Ling 1990 Lerner Publications Company
2003.500.2715 Book Mountains and Streams of Inexhaustible Splendor: Taiwan's Favorite New Scenic Spots 1986 Sinorama Magazine
2003.500.2716 Book Masterpieces of the Ho-Am Art Museum: I - Antique Art 1 Ceramics Ho-Am Art Museum, Samsung Foundation of Culture 1996 Samsung Foundation of Culture
2003.500.2717 Book Masterpieces of the Ho-Am Art Museum: II - Antique Art 2 Painting and Calligraphy, Sculpture, Applied Art Ho-Am Art Museum, Samsung Foundation of Culture 1996 Samsung Foundation of Culture
2003.500.2718 Book [Chinese fans]
2003.500.2719 Book China: A History in Art Smith, Bradley and Wan-go Weng 1973 Doubleday and Co.
2003.500.272 Book The State of Asian America: Activism and Resistance in the 1990s Aguilar-San Juan, Karin, ed. 1994 South End Press
2003.500.2720 Book Volume: 1. Ceramics, 2. Paintings [Ancient Korean Art]
2003.500.2721 Book 12 paintings Paintings of Xu Beihong Xu, Beihong 1979 Foreign Languages Press
2003.500.2722 Book 13 paintings Paintings by Wu Changshuo Wu, Changshuo 1979 Foreign Languages Press
2003.500.2723 Book Grand Exhibition of Ancient Chinese and Corean Works of Art Yamanaka & Company 1934 Yamanaka and Co.
2003.500.2724 Book 12 paintings Paintings by Huang Binhong Huang, Binhong 1979 Foreign Languages Press
2003.500.2725 Book [Chinese Ancient Art]
2003.500.2726 Book [Ancient Chinese Textiles]
2003.500.2727 Book 3 volume set: Vol. 1 - Ink Paintings, Vol. 2 - Calligraphy and Seals, Vol. 3 - Writings The Art of Fu Chuan-Fu National Museum of History
2003.500.2728 Book Cultural Relics Unearthed in Sinkiang 1975 Wenwu Press
2003.500.2729 Book 13 paintings of horses [Chinese paintings]
2003.500.273 Book Legacy to Liberation: Politics and Culture of Revolutionary Asian Pacific America Ho, Fred ed. 2000 Big Red Media/ AK Press
2003.500.2730 Book Chinese Landscapes Chiang, Kai-Shek 1962
2003.500.2731 Book pictorial history and contemporary book on china and its culture Chinese People and Chinese Culture 1973 Hua Hsin Cultural and Publications Center
2003.500.2732 Book Art Treasures of the Peking Museum Fourcade, Francois 1965 Harry N. Abrams, Inc.
2003.500.2733 Book Glimpses of China Glimpses of China Publisher
2003.500.2734 Book [Chinese Caligraphy]
2003.500.2735 Book Images of Taiwan Quo, Ying Sheng 1983 Hao Ran Foundation
2003.500.2736 Book Seattle University students suggest architectural designs for expanding Hing Hay Park Hing Hay Expansion Project Klifman, G., K. Hozjan, P. Saki, L. Krasnow, G. Young, and O. Corrado 2007 Seattle University
2003.500.2737 Magazine 1994: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12; 1996: 9 Cultural Relics WENWU
2003.500.2738 Magazine 1987: 4; 1988: 3 Sichuan Wen Wu
2003.500.2739 Book Mobil Cooking Guide
2003.500.274 Book The Coming Man: 19th Century American Perceptions of the Chinese Choy, Philip P., ed. 1995 University of Washington Press
2003.500.2740 Book The Crown of Columbus Dorris, Michael and Louise Erdrich 1999
2003.500.2741 Book Immigrant's Guide to America Woo, Henry, H. 1991 Henry H. Woo
2003.500.2742 Book [Report on Museums in China] National Museum of History
2003.500.2743 Book [Chinese pottery]
2003.500.2744 Book [Chinese Essays]
2003.500.2745 Book [Chinese Artist]
2003.500.2746 Book Anti Corruption Crime Fang Zeyang and Lin Meilun 1997
2003.500.2747 Book Meditation and Its Practice Rama, Swami 1992 The Himalayan International Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy
2003.500.2748 Book A collection of articles on the health benefits of Qigong. Qigong Yiliao Baojian Changshi [The Essentials of Qigong for Health] Beijingshi Zonggonghui Tiyubu nd np
2003.500.2749 Book [13 Cooking Books by Same Author]
2003.500.275 Book The Chinese diaspora represents the most widespread and prolonged series of migrations by one nation ever. Sons of the Yellow Emperor: A History of the Chinese Diaspora Pan, Lynn 1994 Kodansha International
2003.500.2750 Book [Chinese Magazine on Stretching]
2003.500.2751 Book Mingchu Zipu Meishi [Nutritious Delicacies from a Famous Chef] Chen Dong 1993 Qin + Yuan Chubanshe
2003.500.2752 Book A classic Chinese novel written in the 14th century, in three volumes. Sanguo Yanyi [Romance of the Three Kingdoms] Luo Guanzhong nd Yongxing Shuju
2003.500.2753 Book A 1996 Chinese-language non-fiction bestseller expressing Chinese nationalism. Zhongguo keyi shuo bu: Lengzhanhou shidai de zhengzhi yu qinggan jueze [China Can Say No: Political and Emotional Choices in the post Cold-War era ] Zhang Zangzang, Zhang Xiaobo, Song Qiang, Tang Zhengyu, Qiao Bian and Gu Qingshe 1996 Zhonghua gong shang lian he chu ban she
2003.500.2754 Book A collection of reminiscences by friends and colleagues of Liao Chengzhi (1908-1983), an artist and diplomat for the People's Republic of China. Liaogong zai Renjian [Liao Chengzhi Among the People]] Zhongguo Xinwenshe [Chinese News Agency], editor 1983 Sanlian Shudian
2003.500.2755 Book [Chinese Nonfiction Book]
2003.500.2756 Book The autobiography of Aisin gioro Puyi (1906-1967), the last Qing Dynasty emperor. Wode Qianban Sheng [The First Half of my Life] Aisin gioro Puyi 1982 Qunzhong Chubanshe
2003.500.2757 Book A sequel to China Can Say No, stating the case for a strong China on the world scene. Zhongguo Haishi Neng Shuobu [China Still Can Say No] Song Qiang, Zhang Cangcang, Qiao Bian, Yang Zheng Yu, Gu Qingsheng 1996 Zhongguo Wenlian Chuban Gongsi
2003.500.2758 Book In the Arena Kuhn, Isobel China Sunday School Association
2003.500.2759 Book Soliloquy in a Pearl Shih, Evelyn O. 1982 China Alliance Press
2003.500.276 Book Immigrant America: A Portrait Portes, Alejandro and Ruben G. Rumbaut 1996 University of California Press
2003.500.2760 Book Sun Bing (Sun-tzu), Art of War, with explanatory notes and original text. Sun Bin Bingfa Jiaoli [Sun Bin's Art of War, Collated and Edited] Chang Chenze 1984 Zhonghua Shuju
2003.500.2761 Book The Shuihu Zhuan (Water Margin), a 16th century Chinese novel, in three volumes. Shuihu Zhuan [Water Margin] Shi Nai'an nd Yongxing Shuju
2003.500.2762 Book [Book in Chinese about Fruits]
2003.500.2763 Book [Book in Chinese about making desserts]
2003.500.2764 Book [Chinese Nonfiction book]
2003.500.2765 Book [Chinese Nonfiction book]
2003.500.2766 Book [Chinese Characters]
2003.500.2767 Book [Book about Chinese Man]
2003.500.2768 Book [Chinese Nonfiction/Fiction Book]
2003.500.2769 Book [Chinese Nonfiction Book]
2003.500.277 Book Making and Remaking Asian America Through Immigration Policy, 1850 - 1990 Hing, Bill Ong 1993 Stanford University Press
2003.500.2770 Book Internet Chinese
2003.500.2771 Book [Chinese Nonfiction Book]
2003.500.2772 Book [Chinese Nonfiction Book]
2003.500.2773 Book A comprehensive handbook of photographic darkroom techniques. Anshi Jishu [Darkroom Techniques] Da Jun 1965 Jinwen Shudian
2003.500.2774 Book [Bibliographic Book in Chinese]
2003.500.2775 Book [Chinese Association Book]
2003.500.2776 Book A comprehensive Chinese-English glossary of terms in a wide variety of categories from everyday items to technical vocabulary. Wanyong Yingwen Shouce [Modern English Handbook] 1969 Zhong Mei Chubanshe
2003.500.2777 Book [Chinese Nonfiction/Fiction Book]
2003.500.2778 Book [Chinese Nonfiction Book]
2003.500.2779 Book [Book about a Person; in Chinese]
2003.500.278 Book The Age of Migration: International Population Movements in the Modern World Castles, Stephen and Mark J. Miller 1993 Guilford Press
2003.500.2780 Book [Chinese Ceramics]
2003.500.2781 Book [Chinese Nonfiction/Fiction Book]
2003.500.2782 Book [Chinese Ancient Art]
2003.500.2783 Book Vol 6, The 40th Anniversart of the Founding of the Shanghai Museum The Bulletin of the Shanghai Museum 1992
2003.500.2784 Book [Chinese Flower Arranging]
2003.500.2785 Book In How Can China Say No?, Zhang Xueli, a retired vice-principal of the Xian Railway Police Academy, acknowledges China's problems, but contends that the dramatic economic and social achievements of recent years have set in motion a series of irreversible changes in society, polity and the economy. This transformation, he says, "compels" the world to recognize China as a blossoming great power, just as China is forced to better understand the outside world. In answer to the question posed in the title of the book, Zhang argues that China can say no for the simple reason that it is now able to do so. "The meaning of saying no," he says, "is that China should not be belittled or insulted by others." Zhongguo Heyi Shuobu: Mengxiang de Shuishi [How can China Say No?: A Sleeping Lion Awakes to the Truth] Zhang Xueli 1996 Hualing Chubanshe
2003.500.2787 Book [Chinese Dictionary]
2003.500.2788 Book [Book in Chinese about Buddhist shrines]
2003.500.2789 Book [Chinese flower arranging]
2003.500.279 Book Asian Entreprenurial Minorities: Conjoint Communities in the Making of the World Economy, 1570 - 1940 Dobbin, Christine 1996 Curzon Press Ltd
2003.500.2790 Book [English-Chinese Dictionary] 1979
2003.500.2791 Book This is a version of a Buddhist religious tract widely circulated in China since the 19th century. Included are two other religious titles; Sanshi Yinguo Jing (The Sutra of Karma in the Past, Present, and Future) and Gaowang Guanshiyin Zhenjing (The Sutra of the High King Avalokitesvara). Yuli Baochao Lin, Liren Yida Yinshua Sheji Youxian Gongsi
2003.500.2792 Book The Four Books
2003.500.2793 Book Divided Destiny: A History of Japanese Americans in Seattle Takami, David 1998 University of Washington Press
2003.500.2794 Booklet The History of Cathay Post #186: The American Legion, 1945-2000 Chew, Ron, ed. 2000 Wing Luke Asian Museum
2003.500.2795 Book Japanese Fairy Tales Hearn, Lafcadio 1948 The Peter Pauper Press
2003.500.2796 Book Morning Glory, Evening Shadow: Yamato Ichihashi and His Internment Writings, 1942-1945 Chang, Gordon H. 1997 Standford University Press
2003.500.2797 Book Kenkyusha's New Pocket Japanese-English Dictionary Masuda, K., ed. 1964? Kenkyusha
2003.500.2798 Book "American Born Chinese is a graphic novel by Gene Luen Yang. Released in 2006 by First Second Books, it was a finalist for the 2006 National Book Awards in the category of Young People's Literature. It won the 2007 Michael L. Printz Award[1] and the 2007 Eisner Award for Best Graphic Album: New. It was the first graphic novel recognized by the National Book Foundation. It was colored by cartoonist Lark Pien, who received the 2007 Harvey Award for Best Colorist for her work on the book. The book starts out with three seemingly different tales, and then merges them all together at the climax. The first tale is the legendary folk tale of The Monkey King, which is renowned all through China and in many parts of Asia. This story is from the Chinese classic novel Journey to the West, but is not the same as the traditional one, it changed some details. This tale includes the Monkey king who is born of stone becoming something that he isn't. While doing this he masters the twelve disciplines of Kung-Fu. The second tale is the story of a second-generation child of immigrants from China named Jin Wang, who still is heavily influenced by Chinese culture. The story follows his life through the making of his best friend, to him falling in love with a girl, and many adventures in between. The third tale follows the story of an American boy named Danny, whose Chinese cousin Chin-Kee comes and visits every year. Chin-Kee is the ultimate Chinese stereotype in terms of accent, fashion sense, hairstyle, appearance, and hobbies. The high school Danny attends is called "Oliphant High School", which Yang has said he named after political cartoonist Pat Oliphant, in response to a comic he took offense to. Many of Chin-Kee's stereotypical quirks are also lifted from this cartoon. Jin Wang is an American born Chinese, who seemingly wants one thing. To fit in." -- Wikipedia American Born Chinese Yang, Gene Luen 2006 First Second
2003.500.2799 Book Nippon: The Land and Its People 1984
2003.500.280 Book The Living Tree: The Changing Meaning of Being Chinese Today Tu Wei-ming, ed. 1994 Stanford University Press
2003.500.2800 Book Japan Minugh, Lena Stuart and Nancy Keochakian Cory 1965 Franklin Publications
2003.500.2801 Book Proceedings of the First Life Sciences Librarianship Workshops Japan Library School, Faculty of Letters 1962 Keio University
2003.500.2802 Book Proceedings of the Second Life Sciences Librarianship Workshops Japan Library School, Faculty of Letters 1963 Keio University
2003.500.2803 Book Dance, Drama, and Theatre in Thailand: The Process of Development and Modernization Rutnin, Mattani Mojdara 1996 Silkworm Books
2003.500.2804 Book The 8th Northwest Biennial 2007 Tacoma Art Museum
2003.500.2805 Book Teach Yourself Thai Smyth, David 2003 NTC Pub. Group
2003.500.2806 Book Hiss! Pop! Boom!: Celebrating Chinese New Year Morrissey, Tricia 2006 ThingsAsian Press
2003.500.2807 Book A red fox travels alone through the seasons of the year, wondering at life's simple pleasures. The Fox Morton, Leith Douglas 1989 Northland Publishing
2003.500.2808 Book Fujio Creekmore, Raymond 1951 E.M. Hale and Company
2003.500.2809 Book A collection of Japanese folk tales recalled from the author's childhood. Tales from the Bamboo Grove Watkins, Yoko Kawashima 1992 Macmillan Publishing Company
2003.500.281 Book Forbidden Workers: Illegal Chinese Immigrants and American Labor Kwong, Peter 1997 The New Press
2003.500.2810 Book International Collaboration in the Arts: A Report on the Ford Foundation Initiative "Internationalizing New Work in the Performing Arts" Phase II: 1999-2002 DeNatale, Douglas 2002 Arts International
2003.500.2811 Book Savage Stage: Plays by Ma-Yi Theater Company Barrios-Leblanc, Joi 2006 Ma-Yi Theater Company
2003.500.2812 Book An introduction to the history, geography, fauna, flora, culture, and major sights of the Hawaiian Islands. The Illustrated Atlas of Hawaii Bushnell, O.A., ed. 1970 Island Heritage Publishing
2003.500.2813 Book Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes Coerr, Eleanor 1999 Penguin Books
2003.500.2814 Book Hospitalized with the dreaded atom bomb disease, leukemia, a child in Hiroshima races against time to fold one thousand paper cranes to verify the legend that by doing so a sick person will become healthy. Sadako Coerr, Eleanor 1993 Penguin Books
2003.500.2815 Book A biography of Hiromi Suzuki, a Japanese American girl who, with her father's guidance, defies tradition and trains to become a sushi chef at her family's restaurant in New York City Hiromi's Hands Barasch, Lynne 2007 Lee and Low Books, Inc.
2003.500.2816 Book Japan Envisions the West: 16th-19th Century Japanese Art from Kobe City Museum Shirahara, Yukiko, ed. 2007 Seattle Art Museum
2003.500.2817 Book A memoir of the Chinese American immigrant experience and the relationship between a mother and son, in which the mother makes eight promises to her mother before she leaves China, and instills the final one, to live with compassion toward all, into her son. The Eighth Promise: An American Son's Tribute to His Toisanese Mother Lee, William Poy 2007 Rodale Press Inc.
2003.500.2818 Book Chinatown Beat Chang, Henry 2006 Soho Press
2003.500.2819 Book Lust, Caution Chang, Eileen 2007 Random House
2003.500.282 Book Chinatown: The Socioeconomic Potential of an Urban Enclave Zhou, Min 1992 Temple University Press
2003.500.2820 Book Creative Visions: Contemporary Artists of Taiwan Lin, Ching-wen 2003 Council for Cultural Affairs
2003.500.2821 Book [Book on Deng Zuolie] 2005?
2003.500.2822 Book Minidoka on My Mind: Recent Work by Roger Shimomura Shimomura, Roger 2007 Greg Kucera Gallery
2003.500.2823 Book The Slant of the Heart Shimasaki, William 2000 Shima Publishing
2003.500.2824 Book Prisoners Without Trial: Japanese Americans in World War II Daniels, Roger 1995 Hill and Wang
2003.500.2825 DVD Panel discussing religion in Seattle, conducted on February 19, 2011. With Andrew Oliver, David Leong, Azi Colling, James Mirel, and Sharon Suh. Sacred Seattle Panel 2011 Wing Luke Asian Museum
2003.500.2826 Book This book summarizes the experiences of Japanese settling in America. Issei and Nisei: The Settling of Japanese America Takaki, Ronald 1994 Chelsea House Publishers
2003.500.2827 Book The Picture Story of Japan Carr, Rachel 1962 David McKay Company, Inc.
2003.500.2828 Book in English and Japanese Bridge of Hope Mizuguchi, Mami 2007 Japanese Executive Women's League
2003.500.2829 Book Strawberry Days: How Internment Destroyed a Japanese American Community Neiwert, David A. 2005 Palgrave Macmillan
2003.500.283 Book Chinese Society in the Eighteenth Century Naquin, Susan and Evelyn S. Rawski 1987 Yale University Press
2003.500.2830 Book Building a Community: The Story of Japanese Americans in San Mateo County Yamada, Gayle K. and Dianne Fukami 2003 San Mateo Chapter JACL
2003.500.2831 Book Japanese American history of Bellevue Washington Pre-WW II History of Japanese Pioneers in the Clearing and Development of Land in Bellevue Tsushima, Asaichi 1952
2003.500.2832 Booklet Catalogue of publications on the Japanese in America (North, Central, South). Issei, Nisei, Sansei: Japanese in America 1972 Amerasia Resources, Inc.
2003.500.2833 Book Seeking a new life in nineteenth-century California with his samurai father, a young Japanese finds it difficult to adjust to the idea of being a farmer and not a samurai. Samurai of Gold Hill Uchida, Yoshiko 1985 Creative Arts Book Company
2003.500.2834 Booklet The Story of the Japanese-American Christians in North America Japanese Christian Mission in North America 1977
2003.500.2835 Book Looking Like the Enemy: My Story of Imprisonment in Japanese-American Internment Camps Gruenewald, Mary Matsuda 2005 NewSage Press
2003.500.2836 Book Matsuri: Festival - Japanese American Celebrations and Activites Araki, Nancy K. and Jane M. Horii 1984 Heian International Publishing Company
2003.500.2837 Book When eleven-year old Shabanu, the daughter of a nomad in the Cholistan Desert of present-day Pakistan, is pledged in marriage to an older man whose money will bring prestige to the family, she must either accept the decision, as is the custom, or risk the consequences of defying her father's wishes. Shabanu: Daughter of the Wind Staples, Suzanne Fisher 1991 Alfred A. Knopf
2003.500.2838 Book Crane House: The First Twenty Years Lang, Helen and Gladys Horvath 2008 Chicago Spectrum Press
2003.500.2839 Spiral-Bound Bainbridge Island Japanese American Memorial: Study of Alternatives/Environmental Assessment 2005 Jones & Jones Architects and Landscape Architects, Ltd.
2003.500.284 Book In the late 19th Century, midwifery was transformed into a new woman's profession as part of Japan's modernizing quest for Empire. As immigrants to the US Japanese midwives, Sanba, served as cultural brokers as well as birth attendants for Issei women. Japanese American Midwives: Culture, Community, and Health Politics, 1880-1950 Smith, Susan L. 2005 University of Illinois Press
2003.500.2840 Book Chinese Servants in the West: Florence Baillie-Grohman's "The Yellow and White Agony" Abraham, Terry, ed. 2007 University of Idaho
2003.500.2841 Book "The War Cradle": The Untold Story of "Operation Babylift" Peck-Barnes, Shirley 2000 The Vintage Pressworks
2003.500.2842 Book Guide Book of Osaka Museum of Natural History 1987 Osaka Museum of Natural History
2003.500.2843 Book Ayutthaya Historical Study Centre Nartsupa, C., S. Tanabe, D. na Pombejra, P. Lertvicha, and N. Watchalayann, eds 1990 Ayutthaya Historical Study Centre
2003.500.2844 DVD Beyond dusty store fronts, grimy sidewalks, and bustling restaurants lies a multitude of unexpected stories of unsung heroes, little-known communities, and unique sub-cultures essential to the fabric of Seattle's Chinatown. "16 Square Blocks" is a multimedia documentary that aims to create a contemporary portrait of the neighborhood's diverse community through a series of captivating documentary shorts and innovative new media. Share in celebrating this story of a place, the story of a people, and the story of these sixteen square blocks. 16 Square Blocks Hida, Andrew 2010 Andrew Hida
2003.500.2845 Book Immigration: What Changes Should Be Made in United States Immigration Policy? 1995 Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress
2003.500.2846 Book Treasures from the National Museum Bangkok: An Introduction with 157 Color Photographs The National Museum Volunteers 1987 The National Museum Bangkok
2003.500.2847 DVD Video on Wing Luke. On display in the Welcome Hall. Wing Luke Biography 2008 Wing Luke Asian Museum
2003.500.2848 Book Imperial Tombs of China spans seven dynasties (500 B.C.-A.D. 1900) and includes more than 250 objects excavated from the tombs of China's emperors and ancient rulers. This collection of objects comes from twenty-one museums and cultural centers throughout nine Chinese provinces. Imperial Tombs of China Congyun, Lei 1995 WONDERS
2003.500.2849 Magazine Summer 1985, Winter 2001 The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin The Metropolitan Museum of Art
2003.500.285 Book Formation or ethnic and racial identities. Korean American Identities: A Look Forward Kim, Hyojoung, ed. 2005 Seattle-Washington State Korean American Association
2003.500.2850 Book Yellow Journalist: Dispatches from Asian America Wong, William 2001 Temple University Press
2003.500.2851 Tape, Video Between 1964 and 1973 the United States conducted a secret air war, dropping over 2 million tons of bombs and making tiny Laos the most heavily bombed country in history. Millions of these cluster bombs did not explode when dropped, leaving the country massively contaminated with "bombies" as dangerous now as when they fell a quarter century ago. Bombies examines the problem of unexploded cluster bombs through the personal experiences of a group of Laotians and foreigners and argues for their elimination as a weapon of war. Bombies Silberman, Jack (director, writer, producer) 2001 Bullfrog Films
2003.500.2852 Disk, Compact The video portrays 3 immigrant men who arrived in the United States as refugees from Cambodia in the '80s. After fleeing the Khmer Rouge and settling in Seattle as children, each was drawn into gang life, and ultimately jail. According to U.S. law they should have been deported, but Cambodia did not accept deportees at the time of their sentences. After September 2001, the U.S. pressured Cambodia into changing its policy. As a result, thousands of individuals were separated from their families and returned to a land that many barely knew. Many deportees faced the prospect of paying a double penalty: having already served their original prison sentences and moved on with their lives, they now faced deportation. Sentenced Home Grabias, David and Nicole Newnham, dir./pro. 2005 Center for Asian American Media
2003.500.2853 Tape, Video Documentary account of the Vietnam War from the actual letters of the men and women who served there; also uses home movies, news footage and music of the period. Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam Couturie, Bill, dir. 1987 HBO
2003.500.2854 Book Features watercolor interiors and landscapes by Chinese-born artist Zhi Lin created after tracing the journeys of Chinese workers who built railroads in the western U.S. in the 19th century. Onsite Watercolor Sketches: Invisible and Unwelcomed People Lin, Zhi 2008 University of Washington
2003.500.2855 Booklet Uncommon American Patriots Fukuhara, Francis M. 1991 Veterans Committee
2003.500.2856 Book Camp Harmony Frizzell, Marilynne Tadami Mori and Gary Allen Frizell 1999 University of Washington Libraries
2003.500.2857 Book The Great Yangtze River 1968 The East Society
2003.500.2858 Book [Book of Chinese Paintings]
2003.500.2859 Book Hawaii's Natural Wonders Tenbruggencate, Jan 1996 Mutual Publications
2003.500.286 Book Traces the history of Asian immigration from the California gold rush to Vietnamese boat people, describes patterns of work, social adaptation, and family formation, and explains how they coped with discrimination. Asian Americans: An Interpretive History Chan, Sucheng 1991 Twyane
2003.500.2860 Book Sites of Oahu Sterling, Elspeth P. and Catherine C. Summers 1978 Bishop Museum Press
2003.500.2861 Book Hawaiian Lei Making: Step-by-Step Guide Ide, Laurie Shimizu 1998 Mutual Publishing
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